I don’t want you to get the idea that I’m against MLM training.
Far from it! I’ve earned financial freedom with multi-level marketing, and you know what? I still spend thousands of Euros every year to keep myself up-to-date with the latest developments.
But before you put yet another charge on your credit card, don’t you want to make sure you’re getting the best MLM training you possibly can?
Of course you do. But with the profusion of courses and “gurus” and options out there, how are you going to know which information is solid and which is not?
It always ticks me off, for example, when unscrupulous marketers take advantage of people’s dreams by making huge claims for what’s essentially junk MLM training. How do I tell the junk from the gold?
I’ll tell you. For one thing, anyone who tells you that you’re going to earn, say, 5 or 6 figures your first month in MLM is lying to you. But there are people who will tell you that, if you take their training, that’s exactly what will happen!
But you know who’s actually making that 5 or 6 figures, don’t you? That’s right—the people selling the training package.
So how do you tell if the training you’re interested in is the real deal?
Before you even glance at your wallet, do some research on the specific training course and the person or people involved with it. The most important thing to look for first is whether the person selling the training also gives away anything reasonable for free.
Here’s what I mean by reasonable—you wouldn’t purchase a car without taking a test drive, would you? Of course not! Why then should you spend hundreds or thousands of dollars on a training course without being able to have a sample first?
That’s right, at least a sample. The trainer should be willing, in fact happy, to provide free articles on specific MLM-related topics. If someone is claiming that they can get you on the fast track to success, they ought to be secure enough to prove it by helping you at least get to the starting gate.
Remember that old (and mostly false) saying, “Those who can, do—those who can’t, teach?” Well, that saying is true when it comes to a lot of people who are marketing MLM training.
That’s why the second very important thing you should look into is the track record of the people selling the training. How successful have they actually been at MLM? Is their success current, or BTI (Before the Internet)? Because believe me, you don’t want to spend any money on training that focuses on old-school marketing techniques.
Why am I telling you this? Because I count my success in large part on the number of other people I help succeed at MLM. And because I know from my own experience that the only way to learn how to be one of the best is to learn from one of the best!
Why would you want to take advice, let alone buy advice, from someone who doesn’t know what he’s talking about?
Be sure that you only invest your time and money in MLM training that will really work! If you’d like a lot of free resources to help you get started, just visit my website at www.sponsoringsuperhighway.com. I’ll be happy to help!